Water conservation is the main theme of discussion amongst future city planners and public utilities experts, and grey water is increasingly being put forward as a possible source of water for flushing toilets, as cities bid to reduce their overall water consumption. But, what is grey water and is it safe as a water source … More Health concerns of using grey water to flush toilets
Groundwater is a source of freshwater collected under the water table of a site. Refreshed and recharged by rainwater that percolates through the soil, it usually carries a rich mineral content and contains various elements ranging from heavy metals such as cadmium, chromium, iron, nickel, copper, manganese etc. as well as decayed organic materials and … More Should groundwater be used for drinking purposes?
Canada has instituted a price on carbon of $10 Canadian dollars per tonne of carbon dioxide, which would rise by $10 per year to reach a set price of $50 by 2022. In doing so, Canada has set a price on carbon, the necessary first step to implementing a carbon tax or a cap and … More Setting a price on carbon for implementing a carbon tax or a cap and trade system for controlling carbon dioxide emissions